Our highly certified home inspector will inspect the roof, attic space, exterior, appurtenance, garage, house interior, kitchen plumbing and appliances, bathroom plumbing, electrical system, plumbing system, HVAC system, fireplaces and stoves, and crawlspace. The home inspection includes the use of thermal imaging.
Warranties with over $10,000 of coverage included.
Plan your next business move with the aid of our highly certified commercial building inspectors and professionals. We provide a complete non-invasive commercial building inspection of all readily accessible materials, systems, and components so that you can make an informed decision for you and your business.
According to the EPA, radon is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and is responsible for over 20,000 lung cancer deaths every year. Radon gas is not visually detected and does not carry a scent. We provide radon testing so that you can make an informed decision about the house and your health.
Bear Home Inspection is an IAC2 certified mold consultant, which means we are qualified consultants that have demonstrated the highest competence to identify and solve indoor air pollution problems and protect their clients health and safety. We provide air sampling as well as direct screen and swab sampling, which are sent directly to a lab for an accurate analysis.
An infrared inspection can identify and document moisture intrusion, energy loss, and even unexpected hot spots. We include thermal imaging with every full home inspection to find the things that other cannot see.
A damaged sewer line can be harmful to a house, which can cause health and structural problems. A sewer scope inspection can identify damages to the sewer pipe, blockages, or even inferior pipe materials. A sewer scope inspection report gives home owners, home sellers, and home buyers time to act before further damage, health hazards, or expensive repairs takes place.
We have partnered with a professional engineer firm to provide you with a foundation certification so that you can move forward with confidence on making a long-term purchase and investment.
By conducting an inspection before the drywall goes up, we get a chance to spot any potential problems with electrical wiring, plumbing, HVAC systems, or structural components. It's much easier to address these issues at this stage, rather than after the walls are complete.
With RecallChek, we perform a thorough examination of over 195,000,000 recalled appliances as listed by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Using the RecallChek database, we will enter your appliance information and notify you of any current recalls, including how to get the recalled appliance repaired free of charge by the manufacturer. We include RecallChek with every full inspection to ensure your appliances will be functional and safe.